CBD Oil

Natural, convenient and effective, our CBD oil allows you to incorporate the many health-supporting benefits of cannabidiol into your daily routine.

The quality of the CBD oil we supply is assured thanks to the gentle, yet effective extraction process that’s used during the manufacturing process. Some manufacturers use solvents and heat to extract the cannabidiol for their oils, but this causes essential terpenes and CBD to be lost. This is why our growers only use CO2 extraction to ensure the most potent product possible. Our CBD Oil is rich in active cannabidiol (CBD) and the other beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes and fatty acids.

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CBD oil tinctures are the most popular way of taking CBD. With many people claiming it has the ability to alleviate many of their body’s issues and pains, it’s no wonder why it’s becoming so popular across the world, as more people discover the all-round support it provides when you need it.

What is CBD Oil?

Essentially, CBD oil  is a product that’s created from Hemp (Cannabis Sativa) and the ‘CBD’ part is an abbreviation of CannaBiDiol – which is a naturally occurring element within the plant.

As a result of the recreational use of marijuana, CBD was previously viewed by some as something to avoid. However, because all but a minute amount of the THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol –  the bit that gets you ‘high’) is removed during the extraction process – it’s not a fair comparison to make.

The CBD cannabinoids are able to be removed safely from the cannabis plant and then be used in the various health-supporting products. Once extracted, they are then infused into a carrier such as peppermint oil, coconut or hemp oil to make it pleasant to the pallet and easy to ingest into the body.

Whilst there is not yet the scientific evidence to verify CBD’s efficacy in the treatment of health conditions, there is a large body of anecdotal evidence published worldwide, particularly in Israel, the USA and Canada where it is more openly accepted, to suggest that it can be effective in reducing pain, inflammation and anxiety – to name just a few of the claimed benefits from People taking CBD.

What Does CBD Oil Do?

The reason why CBD oil  and CBD products in general are gentle is that they mimic a process that occurs naturally within the body. Inside every living mammal, there is what’s known as an endocannabinoid system that regulates many of the body’s functions. From mood levels to cognitive function to immune system response, it’s all regulated by this system with minute levels of endocannabinoids being produced in the body to stimulate the body’s receptors.

The cannabinoids found in CBD oil  contain a plant-based variety of CBD  called phytocannabinoids which do the same job of regulating the body’s systems. However, in CBD oil , they’re present in much greater quantities and help everything in the body to work….better.

Those taking it on a daily basis often report feeling calmer, getting a better quality of sleep and alleviation from a wide range of physical issues. What’s also reported by many users of CBD is that it’s great at reducing inflammation and providing effective pain relief. It would seem that it is something of a gift from nature.

How to Take CBD Oil

The tincture that CBD oil  comes in makes it really easy to take it. Using the pipette that’s attached to the tincture’s lid, you should place a few drops under the tongue and leave them there for 60 seconds. Known as sublingual application, this method ensures that it’s absorbed more directly into the body.

The reason for this is that when taken in this way, the oil bypasses your digestive system and is absorbed directly into the bloodstream. This means that its benefits are felt that much more quickly and powerfully than if you were to swallow it as soon as it was placed in your mouth.

Some people find the taste of CBD oil  a little funny, with a ‘fuzzy’ feeling in the mouth post application. However, this easily remedied by having some fruit juice or a sweet close by to take it away. You can mix it with drinks if you so wish, but it would then have to pass through your gut and would therefore be less potent.

Common Questions About CBD Oil...

Are Hemp Oil and CBD Oil the same?

No, they’re not. While they are both derived from the hemp plant, the main difference between the two is that hemp oil contains virtually no CBD , which means it offers nothing like the same health support. Another difference is that hemp oil is made from hemp seeds (making it great for cooking), whereas CBD oil is created from extracting CBD from the stalks, flowers and leaves of the hemp plant.

Can CBD Oil be used for children?

It is advised not to give CBD Oil  to anyone under 18 years of age.

How long does CBD take to work?

How long it takes CBD to work will depend on your choice of CBD product and how you take it. If you take CBD oil, then typically speaking, you will normally take  sublingually, it can take around 20 -30 mins for the desired effect to be felt. However, everyone’s physiology is different, so it could be more or less depending on your makeup.

Other ways such as CBD capsules can take between 1 to 2 hours before an effect is felt, and is considered a more slow release way of dosing.

I don’t like the taste of my CBD Oil – what can I do?

CBD Oil can have a ‘distinctive’ taste, but having a small drink of water, milk, juice, coffee or chocolate after taking the oil will quickly desperse the taste.

Alternatively, we also have a range of CBD Gummies, and CBD Capsules which mask the taste and can often be a more discrete way of taking.

Is CBD OK to use if I’m taking other medications?

As with all food supplements, we always recommend that customers talk with their GP first if they are taking any medication.

What Medical Conditions can i cure with CBD?

CBD oil in the UK is sold as a food dietary supplement, sellers are not allowed to make any medical claims.

We do encourage you to read and  research CBD yourself, as there are trustworthy websites that can be found on Google, where you’ll find studies on the effects of cannabidiol in various conditions. We may refer to such studies here, but only to inform you about them, so you can make your own decisions.